Exhibits


BRIO

(Bronx Recognizes its Own)
Awardees in Visual Arts and Media 2012 and 2013

The Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos
June 4th through August 6th, 2014

Opening Reception & Trolley: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 | 5-9pm
Reception & Trolley: Wednesday, July 2, 2014 | 5-9pm
Closing Reception & Trolley: Wednesday, August 6, 2014 | 5-9pm


THE TIME HAS COME

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The Time has Come is BRIO’s fourth artist biennial curated by Longwood Director Juanita Lanzo and featuring works by Bronx artists who are 2012 and 2013 BCA BRIO (Bronx Recognizes Its Own) winners in the disciplines of visual and media arts. Artists include: Manuel Acevedo, Jeanine Alfieri, Michael Paul Britto, Mark Cabaroy, Firan Chisolm, Onyedika Chuke, Patricia Delahanty, Dennis Delgado, Donna Diamond, Sharyn Finnegan, Sean Paul Gallegos, Swati Khurana, Ruth Marshall, Adel L. Morales, Laura Napier, Elle Pérez, Amy Pryor, Stephanie Rodríguez, Hrvoje Slovenc, Jennifer Tomaiolo, Randal Wilcox. Curated by Juanita Lanzo, Director and Curator of BCA's Longwood Arts Project Since 1989 BRIO has provided direct support to individual Bronx artists who create literary, media, visual, and performing works of art.

Curated by Juanita Lanzo, Director and Curator of BCA's Longwood Arts Project

Since 1989 BRIO has provided direct support to individual Bronx artists who create literary, media, visual, and performing works of art.

PERCENT FOR GREEN

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Bronx artist Alicia Grullón will host a series of roundtables, events and community intergenerational conversations in her upcoming project PERCENT FOR GREEN. Ms. Grullón’s project PERCENT FOR GREEN is a social practice piece that looks at green issues and uses praxis intervention ideas to connect climate change to urban poverty, sustainability and diversity. The project’s long term goal is to create a Percent for Green legislation with residents from the Bronx that protects the environmental rights of people in underserved areas. PERCENT FOR GREEN is a part of InClimate, an upcoming exhibition created and curated by Regina Cornwell and being presented under the auspices of Franklin Furnace Archives and its founder-director Martha Wilson.